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  1. CigFan
    August 3, 2007

    That’s my favorite brand! However, Coronas Major is not the best Upmann.. I prefer Magnums.

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  2. kfralin
    November 29, 2008

    First time I sampled this size (box date Aug 07) and I must say this is one of the finest cubans I have ever smoked. Construction and draw were flawless and the flavor was over the top. I can only imagine what these will be like after a nice stay in the humidor. In my humble opinion, the best mareva in the market right now.

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  3. phathungarian
    February 17, 2009

    I love this one. Was in Cuba for a week and smoked one of these 6 days out of the 7. An excellent cigar and I thought the price was good for what it is. They come now in a newer style of tube that is slightly more attractive in my opinion, it looks like the magnum tube now, just smaller. A great smoke, good draw, good burn, great flavor. Should have bought more. So many great cigars, so little time…

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  4. javiblel
    August 31, 2010

    Is this a real critic for the H. Upmann coronas? what are all the adjectives about the italian beans to describe the flavor… i have to tell that i am a huge H. Upmann smoker, and i never saw a cigar with “freshly ground oily Italian espresso beans”, it seems rubish to me

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  5. Beneluxor
    October 25, 2014

    Have just smoked a Coronas Major out of the new-style H. Upmann tube, good draw on that particular stick. Strong aroma as it emerged from the tube, with the ‘mustiness’ indeed noticeable, but a very pleasant smoke on the medium-mild side, and good longevity without trying for that. German banker-turned-cigar-maker Herman Upmann would be pleased with what his venture in 1840s Havana, continues to produce today.

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